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Ballantine's No 29 Ruan Major

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Sleeps 4

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

0 Pets

Ballantine's No 29 - Facilities

Ballantine’s No 29 is a holiday bungalow on the Lizard peninsula, there is a mix of residential and holiday properties on the site so please be considerate of the neighbours. The property has two small bedrooms a lounge with dinning area, a small kitchen and bathroom there are no laundry facilities on site. The property offers an affordable base to explore the area from, ideal for families with children. It is a fantastic location for walkers and people who love water sports. Poldhu Cove beach, also know as Black Pool Cove, is ideal for young and old, it is known for it’s soft sand ideal for building sandcastles, playing volleyball, or exploring the rock pools. Great for swimming, surfing and paddle boarding, why not take lessons whilst you are here? There are fantastic coast paths to follow from here and is very popular with walkers. Kynance is on National Trust land, a trek to get to but well worth the effort, though it is tidal so check this before you go! It has been described as one of the most beautiful stretches of the Southwest. It is in the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Beauty. The footpaths follow the coast above the coves and are ideal for bird watching and looking for the odd seal.
Not far away from the property is Mullion Cove a small harbour next to the historic lifeboat station well worth a visit. Mullion is a small village with a selection of shops. If the weather is bad why not pop to Mullion Meadows? You would have passed this on the main road just before turning into the property. There is a chocolate factory and craft centre with free admission, great for buying souvenirs and of course chocolate made on site. If it is your first time to Cornwall, you must visit the most southerly point of the UK The Lizard just under 3 miles away. Here you will find the original lifeboat station, the visitor centre at the lighthouse and some small gift shops. Why not wander down to the small stony beach then pop into one of the cafes for refreshment. On the way back stop at the village here you will find plenty of places to buy gifts, lovely pubs and good ice-cream and pasties. If you prefer to visit gardens then you will be spoilt. For the more energetic, take the circular walk from Mullion to Predannack passing Polhurian Cove and Mullion Harbour along the cliffs of the Nature Reserve. During Spring and Summer, it will be vibrant with wildflowers. Just download the iWalk app on your phone or tablet, once downloaded it doesn’t need a phone signal during the walk. Not only does it keep you on track but it gives you information about the history and nature along the route. If you don’t want to cook there are plenty of places to eat locally with a wide variety to choose from.

  • Bungalow
  • Electricty / Utilities Included
  • Golf Course Local
  • Rural Property
  • Bedding / Towels Included
  • Local Fishing
  • Coastal Accessible
  • Accessible Features
  • Wheelchair Accessible Entrance
  • On Site Parking
  • Shower

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